Co-Host Liane Navigates Life in Lockdown

Updated: Feb 26


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In this episode Liane continues her childhood trauma story as she shares her life in the home after her two older siblings leave the home and leave the Jehovah Witness church. It begins her transition from public school into Jehovah Witness homeschooling as her mom attempts to make sure she doesn't end up like her siblings. This podcast episode is from age 11-17 in Liane's life. Things are smooth for awhile and Liane becomes adjusted until puberty hits and life outside the church becomes more appealing. Listen along as we get to know Liane's history growing up, even more.

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